Former Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage’s allegation that the 2011 World Cup Cricket Championship was even given for money has been completed by the Special Investigations Unit of the Police Sports Investigation Unit, said the Chief Senior Superintendent of Police Jagath Fonseka.
“I will send a report to the Secretary of the Ministry of Sports who forwarded this complaint to us without further investigation into the incident,” Mr. Fonseka told Lankadeepa. Commenting further on his decision, SSP Jagath Fonseka said,
A discussion of our unit officials was held this morning. It was attended by all including our OIC, Deputy Director. There we decided to complete the investigation ” “Bringing in all the players and taking statements has now become a matter of controversy. Therefore, this could be a big problem ”
“From the three statements our unit has received so far, we understand that it is not possible to substantiate the 14 points made by Mahindananda Aluthgamage. And the ICC. Although they said they had written together, the ICC There was no response. ICC No investigation has been carried out ”
“All three of us who took statements have given good reasons. Especially why the teams switched. And this is an incident of 2011, ”he added. We will send a report to the Secretary of the Ministry of Sports who forwarded this complaint to us without further investigation into the incident. ” Chief of the Special Investigation Unit of the Police, Senior Superintendent of Police Jagath Fonseka has stated that sports crimes.